Remove leaves from frost damaged citrus?
I transplanted a Meyer and 'regular' lemon in the fall from large containers previously protected by a west facing overhang here in SF Bay Area. I'm in a frost prone microclimate in Marin where we had an extreme number of night frosts in Nov-Dec, and I'd not covered them. Damage shows dried up fruit, and curled (tho not yet browned leaves...some fallen around the bushes, many still on it) leaves.
I researched here enough to know I should not water them (we've not had much rain since the frost), and to wait till Spring to see what happens. My question is: should I bother to remove the dried, curled leaves, or just ignore them while waiting to re-evaluate after Spring starts?